Ollie & Quentin Book

Ollie & Quentin Book
125 pages in full colour!

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Chucking stones into the sea is one of life's more simple pleasures. There's not much to aim at though so when an object floats past you've just gotta bombard it to hell.

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

How does Quentin hold things? Clever muscle control I guess.
In this case I just wanted to throw something big at him to see how he'd cope.

Friday, April 21, 2006

My lovely daughter Esme is an adrenelin junkie (like her mother) and loves the terrifying rides at theme parks. When she was little she'd get really upset when she stood next to these damn height chart things to discover she wasn't tall enough to ride the ride. She's now very tall (like her father) and has no problem. "No excuses now Dad!"

Wednesday, April 19, 2006

My sister has a couple of fantastic, clever, funny but naughty kids. Spook and Rosanna. I could do a whole cartoon strip based on them.

Thursday, April 13, 2006

Really excited about this idea. I started thinking about black holes (as you do) and thought it would be fun to have one appear in Ollie and Quentin's kitchen. The more I thought about this the more I realised it had to be a gateway to a parallel universe where they could meet their parallel selves. All sorts of trouble will follow...
Watch this space!

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Another of my favourites. I wrote this after watching Alien and thinking how much the alien that burst out of John Hurt's chest looked like a scarey version of Quentin. I'd also been thinking about how much Quentin looked like a sausage. It was just a case of putting the 2 jokes together. Made my nephew, Spook, laugh!